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    Living in a broken world we all deal with life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits. No one has the ability, nor should they attempt to face their hurts on their own. Celebrate Recovery is a beautiful community of strugglers that courageously enter this safe and beautiful space to get honest about our pain, and the negative ways we may see ourselves, God and others. In this process we come to accept that some of the habits we may have developed to escape our pain has caused destruction in our life and those close to us.

    Celebrate recovery is a biblically balanced approach to help bring sustainable recovery and healing to our hurts. It guides us toward new healthy truths and life-giving habits as we repair our broken relationships. Join more than 7 million hurting people across the globe who now walk in freedom through the power of Jesus Christ as we walk through the 8 principles of celebrate recovery based on the Beatitudes in Matthew 5.

    • Join us for supper

      If you’re able, come join us for supper at 5:15 pm. It’s friendly, relaxed, and completely optional.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      • Are Celebrate Recovery meetings formal therapy sessions?

        No, Celebrate Recovery is not a replacement for professional counseling, therapy, and/or medical treatment.

      • Are there guidelines?

        To ensure that Celebrate Recovery is a safe place, the following 5 Group Guidelines are followed in all small groups:

        1. Keep your sharing focused on your own thoughts and feelings. Limit your sharing to three to five minutes.
        2. There is NO cross talk. Cross talk is when two individuals engage in conversation excluding all others. Each person is free to express his or her feelings without interruptions.
        3. We are here to support one another, not “fix” another.
        4. Anonymity and confidentiality are basic requirements. What is shared in the group stays in the group. The only exception is when someone threatens to injure themselves or others.
        5. Offensive language has no place in a Christ-centered recovery group.